Radio: More by Corwin

Everything in radio, Fred Allen once said, is as fleeting as a butterfly's cough. One exception he might have made is the work of Norman Corwin, Columbia's boy wonder, whose radio scripts draw down ecstatic fan mail, are frequently rebroadcast, even attain the comparative immortality of book publication (13 by Corwin; More by Corwin). Last week Corwin did it again. His full-hour V-E day program, On a Note of Triumph, had a Sunday repeat performance, and in book form, without too much ballyhoo, was selling so fast that Publishers Simon & Schuster rushed...

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